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NEWS: Six Ways to Chill with Cold Coffee & Tea Recipes, Tips from Capresso

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Two of the most versatile beverages in the world, coffee and tea are increasingly popular in refreshing ice-cold concoctions with a variety of enticing flavors and ingredients. Capresso offers these delicious recipes and tips:

The Capresso froth Select has a handy Cold Froth setting that can froth up to 16 ounces at once. Simple one-button operation and illuminated controls make it easy. The removable stainless steel pitcher is dishwasher safe. Dual auto shut-off ensures safety. Four settings – Cold Froth, Hot Froth, Hot Milk and Hot Chocolate – inspire beverage creativity. 

    • Iced Ginger Latte – A cold milk refresher, whipped up with a spicy snap of ginger and a sweet orange finish.
    • Iced Caramel Mocha Latte – A decadent dessert in a cup, made with coffee, milk, dark chocolate and caramel syrup.

    • Dairy-Free Iced Coffee – A dairy-free treat, iced coffee topped with cold frothed almond milk.

Custom brew iced tea from mild to strong at the touch of a button with the Capresso Iced Tea Maker. Beautiful 80 oz. glass pitcher with removable lid and easy-pour spout, for brewing, serving and refrigerator storage. It accommodates loose tea or tea bags and has a removable water tank and permanent filter. Fresh fruit and herbs can be added directly into the pitcher to infuse flavor.

    • Watermelon Lime Iced Tea – Hibiscus tea, with its distinctive floral fragrance, enhanced with fresh watermelon, lime and agave syrup.
    • Strawberry Basil Iced Tea – This black tea beverage showcases summer freshness with the addition of strawberries and basil.
    • Blueberry Mango Iced Tea – A cool twist on iced tea, featuring blueberries and mango chunks. Use fresh or frozen.

For more recipes, visit Capressoblog.com. For more information, visit Capresso.com.

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